Tenant Information

How can you pay your rent?

Tenants have several options to pay their rent, leaving no excuse for late payments.
  •     Cash, Eftpos or Credit card by visiting our office (please note a 1.65% surcharge applies for credit card payments)
  •     Internet Banking through your chosen financial institution
  •     Direct debit from your nominated bank account, we will supply you with our account details & your unique reference code to arrange an automatic transfer.
  •     Centrepay (direct from centerlink payments)
  •     Direct from your employer to us (if your employer offers this option)

It is vital ALL payments made are identified by your unique reference code provided to you by our staff, If you fail to include this number with your payments we will be unable to identify who they belong to & this could cause you to fall into arrears. 

It is the tenants responsibility to keep & provide receipts for ALL payments made should they have a discrepancy with their rental ledger/record


Know your rights as a tenant

Before deciding to rent a property there are a few rules and regulations that you need to take into consideration. A Residential Tenancy Agreement or ‘lease’ will be drawn up and is the legal contract that both you and your landlord must abide by. A lease should include information such as;

  •     Location of the property
  •     Total rent
  •     Amount of the bond
  •     Commencement and end date of your tenancy
  •     The landlords’ name
Lease/tenancy agreements differ between states, so please make sure you have the documentation from your appropriate state.

TipsNever sign a blank form, if you do not understand something, then contact the correct establishments and ask for advice.



Know your responsibilities when renting

When renting, little problems can turn into big problems if you are not aware of who is responsible for taking care of the issues that may arise.

As a tenant you are obliged to do the following:
  •     Keep the property clean
  •     Not cause damage to the premises
  •     Inform the landlord ASAP if any damage is done
  •     Ask for the landlords permission to install fixtures or make alterations, renovations etc
  •     Avoid causing a nuisance to the landlord or neighbours
  •     Do not initiate or participate in any illegal activities on the property

The landlord is obliged to:
  •     Keep the premises in good repair
  •     Ensure the security of the property by making sure all doors have locks and windows are secure
  •     Immediately provide the tenant with a key after changing any locks
  •     Avoid disturbing the tenant unnecessarily


Once you have signed a lease / tenancy agreement and paid a bond you should be provided with a Condition Report. This report records the condition of the property. Check this report carefully and immediately discuss any issues you may have with the landlord.

TipsPhotographs are a great way to record the condition of the property when you first move in. Keep these in case the landlord objects about returning your bond at the end of your tenancy.



Rental Online ApplicationRental Application Form

Rental Application Form Rental Application Form

Please Ensure Applications are Complete with all questions answered

100 Points of ID for each applicant is to accompany all applications

 
In Person -    Peoples’ Choice Property Management
Or by Post   82 Adeialide Road Gawler South SA 5118

Fax -              08 8523 4211
Email -           admin@pcpropertymanagement.com.au 
Online -         www.firstnationalgawler.com.au



Maintenance Online FormMaintenance Request

Maintenance Request Form Maintenance Request Form

All requests for repairs and/or maintenance are to be put in
Writing using the ‘Maintenance Request Form’ and delivered via
 

In Person -    Peoples' Choice Property Management
Or by Post    82 Adelaide Road Gawler South SA 5118
Fax -             08 8523 4211
Email -         admin@pcpropertymanagement.com.au 
Online -        www.firstnationalgawler.com.au

                                   
It is important that all requests are in writing to ensure they are attended to in a timely matter 


Urgent Repairs
If repairs are of an urgent nature please contact our
Office on 8523 4111 or After Hours 0433 597 517